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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffDiana Hamilton Date: Sep 2, 2005 6:09am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: New Orleans/Gulf Coast musicians on the Archive

You might need to revise that link, it points back here?

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Poster: cream-puff-war Date: Sep 2, 2005 10:26am
Forum: etree Subject: Louisiana blues, rockabilly, bayou bop, jazz, soul and New Orleans r&b


America owes much to Louisiana's legands such as Professor Longhair and all the greats, not to mention the region's many unsung creators of rock 'n' roll, r&b, rockabilly, blues and swamp pop -- the overlooked cool ones who made influential vintage recordings, perhaps scored a hit, and have been long forgotten by today's pop mainstream - The Bad Roads, Souls of the Slain, Dr. Spec's Optical Illusion, Surrealistic Pillar, Zoofs,
Classie Ballou, Archie Bell, Eddie Bo, Blowfly, Lonnie Brooks as Guitar Junior, The Carter Brothers, Jay Chevalier, Joe Clay, Larry De Riuex, Deke Dickerson & the Eccofonics, Skip Easterling, Nokie Edwards (of the Ventures), Johnny Farina (of Santo & Johnny), H Bomb Ferguson, Henry Gray, Betty Harris, Dale Hawkins, Roy Head, Al Johnson, Johnny Jones, Little Freddy King, Eddie Kirkland, Lady Bo, Lazy Lester, Robert Jr. Lockwood, Matt Lucas, Barbara Lynn, Mando & the Chili Peppers, Nathaniel Mayer, Scotty Moore, Phil Phillips, Freddie Roulette, Lil’ Buck Senegal & the Top Cats with Stanley "Buckwheat Zydeco" Dural on Hammond B3 organ, Ray Sharpe, Warren Storm, Willie Tee, Travis Wammack, Barrence Whitfield, Brenton Wood and Link Wray.
Speaking of links:
http://www.turnmeondeadman.net/ADM/GPComps/SixtiesArchives3.html

http://orbis-quintus.net/blog/?p=515



This post was modified by cream-puff-war on 2005-09-02 17:26:02